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Montana Mendy

Currently @ Travis CI | montana@linux.com

Location San Francisco, California Joined Joined on  Personal website https://www.mmendy.com github website
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Rails Engineer/DevRel at Travis CI

Travis CI Pipelines: 2 Approaches to Source Control Branching

Travis CI Pipelines: 2 Approaches to Source Control Branching

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Configuring Travis CI to Run a Deno Project

Configuring Travis CI to Run a Deno Project

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The Cookbook: Build Matrix

The Cookbook: Build Matrix

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The Cookbook: Jekyll

The Cookbook: Jekyll

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The Build, Test, Nuke Pattern

The Build, Test, Nuke Pattern

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The Cookbook: Fable

The Cookbook: Fable

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The Cookbook: Branch Flow

The Cookbook: Branch Flow

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Deploying and Using WebAssembly Under Deno on the Server Side Using Travis CI

Deploying and Using WebAssembly Under Deno on the Server Side Using Travis CI

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The Cookbook with Bash

The Cookbook with Bash

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The Cookbook: Getting started with R

The Cookbook: Getting started with R

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Anchore Policy Enforcement with Travis CI

Anchore Policy Enforcement with Travis CI

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A Short Journey into Source Control Branching and Release Patterns

A Short Journey into Source Control Branching and Release Patterns

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Encrypting Sensitive Data Using the Travis CLI Tool

Encrypting Sensitive Data Using the Travis CLI Tool

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Build with Travis with the help of Docker

Build with Travis with the help of Docker

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Get up and running with Python and Travis CI

Get up and running with Python and Travis CI

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Get up and running with Rails and Travis CI

Get up and running with Rails and Travis CI

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